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Park ‘N Fly Airport Parking Amex Offer Spend $75 or more, get $15 back YMMV - Expires April 9, 2019

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As always, Amex Offers are ymmv but here's one for your travels! If you have this deal, add the offer to get $15 statement credit on $75 or more spend by April 9, 2019.

Reserve your Park 'N Fly [pnf.com] ahead of time.

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Get a one-time $15 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to make a single purchase of $75 or more online at pnf.com/amex by 4/9/2019. See terms for exclusions.

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Must first add offer to Card and then use same Card to redeem. Only U.S.-issued American Express® Cards are eligible. Limit 1 enrolled Card per Card Member across all American Express offer channels. Your enrollment of an eligible American Express Card for this offer extends only to that Card. Offer valid online at pnf.com/amex or via merchant mobile app. Valid only on US website. Excludes all Park 'N Fly affiliate locations. Offer is non-transferable. Limit of 1 statement credit per Card Member.The enrolled account must be active, in good standing and not in default to receive the statement credit. Statement credit will appear on your billing statement within 90 days after 4/9/2019, provided that American Express receives information from the merchant about your qualifying purchase.
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I appreciate you post this. As an AMEX card holder, and frequent traveler, this alerts me to check.

I have to comment on the deal - $75 parking is probably over 10+ days of discounted airport parking. A smart traveler should probably consider uber or other cheap/free transport to the airport. (Unless of course you are on a business trip and charge it to the company)

also unfortunately, this website doesn't have my airport (DTW) and I didn't get this AMEX offer for my cards. :-(
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I appreciate you post this. As an AMEX card holder, and frequent traveler, this alerts me to check.

I have to comment on the deal - $75 parking is probably over 10+ days of discounted airport parking. A smart traveler should probably consider uber or other cheap/free transport to the airport. (Unless of course you are on a business trip and charge it to the company)

also unfortunately, this website doesn't have my airport (DTW) and I didn't get this AMEX offer for my cards. :-(
My airport isn't listed (ORD) but to weigh in, the lowest I could get in our "park and fly" lots is $13/day and that's with a signifigant minimum set of days. It's expensive so I wouldn't think anyone who uses the service would have any problems hitting $75. The cheapest way to get to the airport for me is uber at $35-50 each way.
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My airport isn't listed (ORD) but to weigh in, the lowest I could get in our "park and fly" lots is $13/day and that's with a signifigant minimum set of days. It's expensive so I wouldn't think anyone who uses the service would have any problems hitting $75. The cheapest way to get to the airport for me is uber at $35-50 each way.
Good point.

Not trying to argue, but sharing info: A quick google search for "Chicago airport parking" yields rates ~$5 to $7 per day. Based on my previous experience (driving to Chicago to catch a really cheap oversea flight) and recent research, I found several hotels in the area that offer stay and park rates. The one I stayed at gives 7 days of free parking with 1 night (~$100) stay.
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Groupon is loaded with promos for airport parking; by time you factor in restrictions add up all the fees and such, for me anyway, it ended up being close enough to the one I've historically used and trust such that I wouldn't bother. I don't want any surprises at 4:30 a.m. anyway, so paying a few more bucks never bothered me.

There's an airport parking reservations website (remove the spaces and add .com) that can provide some better deals for you, depending on where you live. I found it when the lot I referenced as my preferred one recently jacked their prices, probably because the airport (SEA) just did as well - enough of a difference now to make me start shopping around. I found what looks like a fantastic deal for a week at $60. I'll know if I am correct about this one in a couple of weeks.

This new place is near a Park 'n' Fly, btw That's not a place I'd want to leave my car, and that's a 20 year old car. So before you bite on any new parking provider, invest a little time and take a look beforehand, if for no other reason than to see precisely how you access the lot you are choosing. There could be four separate lots oddly configured on a single block, separated only by hurricane fences - it's hard to tell them apart, especially in the dark.
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Good point.

Not trying to argue, but sharing info: A quick google search for "Chicago airport parking" yields rates ~$5 to $7 per day. Based on my previous experience (driving to Chicago to catch a really cheap oversea flight) and recent research, I found several hotels in the area that offer stay and park rates. The one I stayed at gives 7 days of free parking with 1 night (~$100) stay.
No worries, no arguments here. I usually uber it from the suburbs. Some of those lots have some issues with security. Only wish I could get a rate like that in the city. Had to go down for a wedding a few months ago and despite paying $300 for 2 nights at a nice hotel, I had to also pay $80 for parking Smilie
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We fly out of Hartford, CT most trips. We have found an economy hotel close to the airport that has a Stay, Park, and Fly package with up to 15 days parking for $99 plus tax. They also offer parking alone for $6/day.
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